Stop Dragging Us Into Gujarat Polls, Win On Your Own: Pakistan Tells Modi
The neighboring country Pakistan has replied saying “Don’t drag Pakistan in everything” into India’s “election debates”, just a day after PM Modi accused Pakistan of interfering in the assembly of Gujarat elections.
Pakistan Foreign Ministry’s spokesperson took it on twitter and tweeted targeting PM Modi and said, “Mr. Modi should win his battle on his own capabilities and strength and not make plans and plot conspiracies”. He said the allegations charged by PM Modi is absolutely baseless.
On Sunday, Modi said, Pakistan was unnecessarily interfering in the Gujarat polls and asked for an explanation from Congress over the men of their party, who stated they have recently met the leaders from neighboring country.
PM Modi also pointed his finger over the appeal by Sardar Arshad Rafiq, ex-director General of the Army of Pakistan, that Ahmed Patel, senior Congress leader, be made the chief minister of Gujarat while addressing the rally for polls.
Mani Shankar Aiyar had called Modi “neech” a day after the so-called meeting of Pakistani leader with Congress leaders, said Modi.
Regarding the meeting conducted at Mani Shankar Aiyar’s house, there were media reports yesterday. The meeting was joined by the ex-foreign minister, Pakistan’s high officers, India’s ex-prime minister Mr. Manmohan Singh and India’s ex-vice president, said Modi.
As the next chief minister of Gujarat, Rafiq had backed Ahmed Patel added Modi.
He also said, on one hand Pakistan’s individuals are conducting a conference at Mani Shankar Aiyar’s house and on the other hand in Gujarat’s election, Pakistan Army’s former DG is prying in it.
Even after that meeting, the residents of Gujarat, the backward communities in Gujarat, and the poor people in Gujarat are being insulting Modi. Don’t you think these kinds of things create doubts, Modi himself asked the audience?
He also said, Congress must tell the people what they are actually up to.